By Oscar Del Priore
1929. Alfredo de Franco, Eladio Blanco (bandoneons); Elvino Vardaro, Carlos Campanone (violins); Osvaldo Pugliese (piano) and Alfredo Corletto (double bass).
By Silvina Damiani
Zotto came from a lineage of dancers. From his childhood tango meant the quintessence of his family. His elder brother, Miguel Ángel, is an unquestioned icon of tango-dance, producer and creator of th...
By Ricardo García Blaya
He was born in Mar del Plata, the beautiful city of the province of Buenos Aires 400 km away from the Capital. He is a complete artist who, besides being a qualified interpreter, is an instrumentalist...
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By Nicolás Sosa Baccarelli
I would write about his absence an impossible elegy, a simple pure poem that includes a street barrell organ, a vidow and a trembling moon on which to lean on. And a hallway to steal kisses from a per
By Bruno Cespi/Néstor Pinsón
The old sheet music section is, no doubt, one of the stars of our portal, not only because of the appealing front covers but also due to the names of their composers and the names of the people to who